Victor's Blog about the Web, Security and Life

The web for me is a hobby where standards and best practices are daily bread. Security is a concern that everybody must be aware of its details for IT in general, and the web in particular, to be a safer place. My life, on the other hand, is that of a regular Lebanese citizen where politics and social issues are discussed on a daily basis. I hope you enjoy reading my blog and make sure to drop me a comment about any topic you find interesting.

Java Questions

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victor | 29 September, 2005 09:41

Please post all questions related to Java under the Programming category (by clicking on Programming from the right menu) or by clicking here.

Security Lab Questions

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victor | 29 September, 2005 09:38

Please post any questions you have regarding the security lab under the Security category (by clicking on Security from the right menu) or by clicking here.

Internet Computing Questions

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victor | 29 September, 2005 09:35

Please post your Internet Computing questions under the Web category (by clicking on Web from the right menu) or by clicking here.

Computer Security Questions

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victor | 29 September, 2005 09:32

Please post your computer security questions under the Security category (by clicking on security from the categories menu) or by clicking here.

Common Criteria

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victor | 29 September, 2005 09:27

The common criteria redbook can be found here:
http://www.commoncriteriaportal.org/

The latest official version can be found here.

The latest unoffical release is still pending for public consulation (non-standard) and can be found by clicking on the download link.

XHTML Special Characters

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victor | 25 July, 2005 07:26

The list in here shows all special characters regarding ISO entities. For each character, the character and its XHTML sequence is displayed.


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Pure Chaos!

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victor | 23 July, 2005 10:25

For the past two months, I have been watching the political situation in Lebanon and trying to understand the position, background, and characteristics of the various political parties in Lebanon. The simple result I achieved, although after too much thought, was that ALL Lebanese politicians, with an occupied government or a free one, with an occupied country or a free one, with the support of the majority or the minority; all of these politicians turned out corrupted and chaotic at least in the way they work, the way they act, the way they think, and even the way they explain politics to their parties and followers. (More)
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